15 Hottest College Cheerleading Squads of 2016

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10. University of Oklahoma cheerleaders

The Oklahoma Sooners cheerleading team suffers from a malady that afflicts most squads at the nation’s universities and colleges: They are not included in the sports section of the school’s website. 

Perhaps at a small college in rural America this isn’t a big deal, but when you’re talking about one of the most visible offshoots of one of the most visible football teams in the history of collegiate sports, well, they deserve better. 

9. Lawson State Community College

Millions of people read this site. Surely there’s somebody looking at this list that knows one of the 11 dancerson the Lawson State Community College Golden Essence Dance Team. Let them know we’re making them famous. 

The school is located in Birmingham, Alabama, and the dance team hopefully proves that you needn’t go to a giant, expensive college to find a team of women who are both beautiful and talented. 

8. Virginia Tech

Here are three members of the Virginia Tech HighTechs Dance Team. We think they’re absolutely stunning and based on a couple YouTube videos we looked at, they’re quite competent at what they do. 

Here’s the problem…it’s nearly impossible to identify almost any cheerleader or dance team member from any college or university in this country. It’s a shame. A real shame. We bet they have smokin’ hot pictures on their Instagram pages.

7. University of Miami

With a student body of just under 17,000, an acceptance rate of only 38 percent and a pricetag of $44,000 for out-of-state tuition, the University of Miami is not an easy school to get into. Many on this list have acceptance rates in the 70-80% range and have upwards of 40,000 students, but Miami is a bit more selective and that clearly is true for the cheerleading and dance squads as well. 

Considering the beauty and talent on the team, you’d think they were recruiting from a cast of millions. 

6. University of Tennessee

We’re going to be 100 percent honest with you. The University of Tennessee Athletic Department’s website is horrible. We tried to identify the ladies in the picture above to confirm it was from 2016, but couldn’t give you the names. 

We hope you’ll let it slide and enjoy these four Volunteers (that’s the team mascot, although since they’re not being paid, technically they are volunteers) chilling out on the ground before a game. 

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